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Menton (; , written Menton in classical norm or Mentan in Mistralian norm; ) is a commune in the Alpes-Maritimes department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France.

Situated on the French Riviera, along the Franco-Italian border, it is nicknamed ("Pearl of France").

Usage examples of "menton".

John Henry Menton took off his hat, bulged out the dinge and smoothed the nap with care on his coatsleeve.

John Henry Menton, filling the doorway of Commercial Buildings, stared from winebig oyster eyes, holding a fat gold hunter watch not looked at in his fat left hand not feeling it.

After him freshfound the hue and cry zigzag gallops in hot pursuit of follow my leader: 65 C, 66 C, night watch, John Henry Menton, Wisdom Hely, V.

Dr Fiona Menton, pushed her metal-framed glasses up her nose self-consciously.

Fiona Menton giggled self-consciously at her own humour, and pushed her hair out of her eyes.

Fiona Menton as their paediatrician, even though it meant travelling to Dublin every few weeks.

Dr Menton recommended that they take Luke to a psychologist whom she had talked to, Dr Gordon Richardson.

Fiona Menton swung her head from side to side in disbelief, looking at Fran and Avril in turn.

The Inspector proved less willing to believe that Luke possessed magical powers than Dr Menton had been, but he at least had evidence before his eyes of something beyond his understanding.

Fiona Menton, in the meantime, could keep checking for medical precedents.

McGinnity and Fiona Menton both reported in regularly, though with reducing frequency and little news of any value.

Fiona Menton was sitting in her newly opened homeopathy and reflexology clinic when she received a phone call from Boston.

Syndrome a couple of weeks ago, and I contacted Dr Menton here immediately.

Nabokovs left for Menton, where the tufted crags to the north hemmed in a second summer.

Nabokovs, life in orange-palmy-blue Menton seemed far, far better than in Cannes.